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Nesisiwe Sibiya turns down maskandi singer Lindokuhle Sthembiso

NELISIWE Sibiya has made it clear she’s not interested in maskandi artist, Lindokuhle Sthembiso “Navigator” Gcwensa.

Navigator has asked the Durban Gen actress out multiple times, and even put a photo of her up as his profile picture on Facebook.

In an attempt to win her over, he wrote: “I’ll show you love. I’ll even buy the dress for our first date. I’m prepared to hire a metered taxi to fetch you from your place to our date.

“You will choose the hotel and I shall pay for all the expenses. There’s a lot I’m planning to do for you. As for you my followers, sit back and watch. We will let you know about our big date.”

Navigator even claimed he had received sponsorship for clothes for their fist date.

Speaking to Daily Sun, he said he really loved Nelisiwe.

“I know her from a distance but I can see she’s my type. When I look at her, I see my perfect match. I don’t think I’m offending anyone by loving her. Together, we can go places because we’re in the same industry,” he said.

Navigator said he had a girlfriend, but he was willing to drop everything for Nelisiwe.

“I do have a girlfriend but she has never asked me about Nelisiwe. I’ve never told her I’ve fallen in love with Nelisiwe but if she asks, I’ll tell her the truth,” he said.

Nelisiwe told Daily Sun she was aware of Navigator’s feelings.

“I am very much aware of his crush, but I am not interested. I am prepared to meet Navigator because I feel I need to explain to him that I have a boyfriend and I don’t love him. Fortunately, my boyfriend understands his crush on me.”

She said she was supposed to go out with Navigator recently, but she cancelled at the last minute.

In other news – #RIPMom: Condolences pour in to Uzalo actress Gugu Gumede

Uzalo actress Gugu Gumede has reportedly taken a break from the telenovela after her mother, National Freedom Party (NFP) leader Zanele KaMagwaza-Msibi, died on Monday.

Gugu Gumede

KaMagwaza-Msibi died of cardiac arrest linked to Covid-19 after being admitted to Umhlanga Hospital in Durban two weeks ago. She had suffered a major stroke in 2014, that placed her in a coma for a few days and affected her speech. Learn more

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